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Drivers stand for Tech Lead, Lead Dev, or anyone organizing and leading the practice review workshops. They are expected to be core contributors in Promyze for coding practices and discussion topics. Other developers will be Contributors, meaning they're expected to submit contributions occasionally.
You can now connect your GitLab, GitHub, Azure DevOps, and BitBucket platform to get an overview of recent code modifications and to identify coding practices and discussion topics for the next practices review workshop.
The review preparation module lists recent pieces of code and offers many filters to tune the scope (files, authors, date, …). You can quickly generate material for the next practice review workshop in a few minutes.
Each space can now configure a scheduler that will push coding practices directly to users in the space, either daily, weekly, or monthly. Promyze can automatically selects a practice to send, but Drivers can also feed the queue with specific practices. Think of this feature as an internal newsletter or reminders sent to the team. Here is an example of a notification sent on Slack:
The Data Board has been redesigned to provide a more precise overview of how your teams use Promyze and what benefits you get from it.
If you already have documented existing coding practices in a wiki tool (such as Confluence or Notion), you can now use the latest Promyze Web browser plugin to import them into Promyze. Read more on the docs.